Upcoming Event: “ECO South #Manchester” – Tues 18th July, 7pm #afsl #climate

If you can’t make it to “Beyond the Carbon Budget“, on Tuesday 16th July at 12.45pm (Friends Meeting House, city centre), then how about getting along to this, which is happening a couple of days later…

ECO South Manchester: YouTube Short Films and Shaping the Future of an Environmental Network for Manchester
Thursday 18th July from 7-9pm at Green Fish Resource Centre. 

ECO South Manchester is an evening to help you network, share your ideas and be inspired.  This month, we’re going to ask you to bring your best eco YouTube videos for us all to watch and talk about together.  Bring your YouTube favourites on the day or for best chance of showings, send links in advance to steph.lynch@afsl.org.uk.

Aside from that, well, we’ve been hosting ECO South Manchester for a while so in addition to the usual networking and talk, we also want to ask you what you want from an ECO network in Manchester and maybe even get you involved in shaping it.

So save the date – Thursday 18th July from 7pm at the Green Fish Resource Centre, 46-50 Oldham St, Manchester, Greater Manchester M4 1LE. Steph will be at the door to let you in from 6.45 – 7pm. If you arrive later than 7pm, please call her on 07756344263 to let you in.

MCFly says
I still say “South Manchester Environmental Groups Monthly Assembly” was a better name than “ECO South.”  Think of the acronym-fun you could have!

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